Compound interest is the holy grail of wealth building. It seems too good to be true that your MONEY makes MONEY for you over time (if you don’t touch it). It’s true though. But while MONEY is always the name of the game when it comes to building a financial future of freedom and stability,Continue reading “Values compounds over time.”
It’s so easy to get caught up in the external measures of success our society surrounds us with. But often these are not the dreams that still over our eyes in moments of wild abandon. We don’t dream of beaches, we dream of change, of hope, of transformation.
In times of change or transition, it’s important to remind yourself that budgets aren’t carved in stone and sent by the gods. They are living, breathing documents that are meant to bend with the times. In simple months, perhaps this means you spent a little more on vacation (remember those?) than you meant to. SoContinue reading “Budgets are flexible.”
Sometimes when you hit a roadblock, it may be easier to throw MONEY at the problem.
In money and business, you are building a foundation to secure yourself for the long haul. You want a financial cushion that endures. tasks of money, like checking your bank statement for any charges that aren’t right, and in the protection part, where you make sure that your MONEY boat is tightly sealed to survive the storms ahead.
So much of value is the experience of it. White glove service feels so money. Economy class can feel bare bones. Yet the experience is not the offering.
mpting to weigh your abundance by the numbers in your bank account (or the negative balance on your credit card). The way the numbers line up on the account statements feels like a measure of your worth. t there is often more in your cup than you realize.
When welcoming abundance, one of the best approaches is to work on receiving. Not the continual hustle of supply and demand, transactions and tasks.You release control and surrender to the experience at hand. But sometimes there are tasks in surrender.
Sometimes money is more than money. The numbers on the page (or screen) don’t reflect the real value of those bucks.
I built up the financial and emotional resources I needed to perform all over the world, branch out into content creation, and produce my own work, including the premiere of my first feature film in Europe this summer. Now, I coach creatives to do the same. Working with my clients, I’ve found there are five key ways you can build up your creative reserves in even the most stagnant period.